Implementing the Common Core Standards. Moving from the current State Curriculum to the Common Core State Curriculum. Completed and Proposed Dates. June 2010 The Maryland State Board of Education adopted the Common Core Standards August, September 2010
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Moving from the current State Curriculum to the Common Core State Curriculum
The Maryland State Board of Education adopted the Common Core Standards
Curriculum teams met to compare current curriculum with Common Core State Standards using the Achieve Common Core Comparison Tool
Gap Analysis Report presented
Curriculum Revision Teams work on drafting the new Common Core State Curriculum Frameworks
Post the draft document with opportunity for feedback
Present draft document to State Board for review and acceptance
The standards in the Common Core State Standards*
*From the Common Core State Standards Initiative
Eighty-eight percent match to State Curriculum.
Standards appear at different grade levels than State Curriculum.
Statistics and Probability is taught throughout high school courses, not as separate course.
Overview of Standards for History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects
To access the CCSS for mathematics, English language arts and literacy for history/social studies and science and technical subjects visit the website listed:
With the adoption of the Common Core State Standards and the findings of the Gap Analysis Report, curriculum revision teams are convening to begin development of the Common Core State Curriculum.
The curriculum revision teams include educators from 23 LEA’s and representatives from higher education; these will include members from colleges of education and subject matter experts.